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Old 21st May 2006, 21:28   #31
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hey satya dude thatsr eally cool...i even saw ure pics in the magazine 'bike'
i am really an amture though can ride really weelll ..i was wondering if u could tell me how r u suppose to perform an d endo on a dio with drum brakes....do i nedd a disc???

ha ha , those endo's n wheelies on dio's n scoot's sstill surprise me. anwayz, if ya wanna perform a endo on a dio, here seomthing i can advice. n also u dont need a disc for stoppie, depends....

Endo : - firstsly try standing on u bike, not on ur seat. try balacing that first. yeah!!! thats easy , once u got the handle of ur bike, do the stadning postion, bend ur kness a lil bit n put a lil force in the bike with ur knee ( the full covering of the dio), n press the front brake with full force, try shifiting ur weight towards the front of her bike (ur knee). try at slower speeds , n later when u get the hang of it, u can take at more speeds for better height.

Proabaly this should help u out. But Firstly, "Start Low, then aim high".

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Old 22nd May 2006, 11:17   #32
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@rudra:: u dont need a disc..and wid practice u can pop stoppies on cycles widout brakes too.. the main factor is weight distribution..shift ur weight on the front wheel when ur braking.. dont jam the brakes.. its not as complicated as it seems, but its not eay too..
and remember to wear gear, stoppie flips r really bad.. have vids in which heads get crushed under the grab rails of flippin bikes.. also if anyone did c my soppie flip at the mumbai speed run,. the grab rail directly hit my helmet, which saved me rfom sure death ..ride safe guys
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Endo : - firstsly try standing on u bike, not on ur seat. try balacing that first. yeah!!! thats easy , once u got the handle of ur bike, do the stadning postion, bend ur kness a lil bit n put a lil force in the bike with ur knee ( the full covering of the dio), n press the front brake with full force, try shifiting ur weight towards the front of her bike (ur knee). try at slower speeds , n later when u get the hang of it, u can take at more speeds for better height.

Proabaly this should help u out. But Firstly, "Start Low, then aim high".

Chao
I would suggest try it on a cycle first this will give you a good idea of the technique (that is how i learnt, I am not a biker any more - after i got into an accident - but thats besides the point)... if you dont do it right the bike will basically push you hard out of the seat.
Cycle wont push you as hard if you did it wrong (cause of the obvious light weight).
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Old 25th May 2006, 21:17   #34
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crazy stuff dude..
that reminded me of the good 'ol days on my dio... used to jump (2-3 feet) each and every speed breaker in the osho lane, koregaon park... but had to part with my dio after two accidents and two broken hands (once the left, and then the right) the second time, there was oil on the road and my front tire went for a toss, was doing 30kmph, but broke my hand plainly due to my bodyweight... (i'm 6'4" tall and weigh 120kgs)... was able to pop huge wheelies because of my size and arm strength... anyways be safe...

P.S. to all you stunters out there... NEVER ride without a helmet!!! its the first lesson of stunting...

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Old 26th May 2006, 00:37   #35
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Hey satya im impressed, ur control on the bike is awesome its seems a piece of cake for u.... and all this on a pulsar and nova is even more exciting......man u must have practiced a lot...man i thought the stoppie in the pulsar ad was fake but now im sure i wasnt.....

dhoom macha le bhidu....... satya ROCKS..
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Hey cool man, infact i love stoppie very much and it is in perfect angle. Good pic.
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Cool my new stoppiii

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Old 12th December 2006, 01:47   #38
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crazy stuff dude..
that reminded me of the good 'ol days on my dio... used to jump (2-3 feet) each and every speed breaker in the osho lane, koregaon park... but had to part with my dio after two accidents and two broken hands (once the left, and then the right) the second time, there was oil on the road and my front tire went for a toss, was doing 30kmph, but broke my hand plainly due to my bodyweight... (i'm 6'4" tall and weigh 120kgs)... was able to pop huge wheelies because of my size and arm strength... anyways be safe...

P.S. to all you stunters out there... NEVER ride without a helmet!!! its the first lesson of stunting...

cheers!
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True said Shrivz . . .
This is to all fellow stuntaz from an ex-stunta. always wear ur safety gear and stunt. It only takes a few seconds for that mighty crash to take place and end it all forever . . .

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i made a trial run after mounting the camera mount on my gas tank! speeds are mph!
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Old topic haan, lets revive this a lil then..

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i made a trial run after mounting the camera mount on my gas tank! speeds are mph!
Awesome bro! 100+ caught on camera... No lane splitting in Chicago??
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Awesome bro! 100+ caught on camera... No lane splitting in Chicago??
Sweet! Seems so effortless getting to 90+..Almost makes it seem like the bike's doing 30mph going in 2nd gear..
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Awesome bro! 100+ caught on camera... No lane splitting in Chicago??
Thanks, i've actually done more on camera but this was my first time with the camera mounted not so well.
btw this isn't chicago its before i moved to chicago in indiana.
no lane splitting up here man its only in california :(
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Sweet! Seems so effortless getting to 90+..Almost makes it seem like the bike's doing 30mph going in 2nd gear..
Nitin part of it is because i had accidentally zommed in a lil bit which made it look slower. but its really effortless nonetheless.
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